Ynet is reporting that the army has decided that the official "Yizkor" text should read
The real surprise here is that just about everyone was expecting them to reach a compromise text, where both Israel and God appear. This lack of a compromise could be interpreted in several different ways:
1. The religious establishment really didn't care that much about the issue. This is highly likely, since in the months of following this story I never once saw any religious writer argue the matter passionately.
2. This could be a counter reaction to the perceived rise of religious influence in the army.
3. Alternatively, this might be a symptom of the relative weakness of the current Head of the IDF Rabbanut, compared to his charismatic predecessor. There is a strong faction in the army which feels the rabbanut has to be "put back in its place" after its emerging strength under the former Chief Rabbi.